Join Us for the STL Pup Run In Forest Park

  • The 5k pup run/walk is for people and pets!
  • All pets must be on a NON-RETRACTABLE leash and have proof of age-appropriate vaccinations. you may bring as many pups to the festivities as you would like, however, we must limit ONE PUP PER RUNNER for safety reasons.
  •  Runners may participate with or without a pup.
  •  All participants will receive Pup Run swag which includes a patch, a t-shirt and a stylish bandana for your dog.
  •  Concessions will be available during and after the event. There will be games, including a giant inflatable slap shot, for you and your family to enjoy. There will also be a small number of vendor booths for your browsing pleasure.
  • ATTENTION Rescues! Learn how to use this event to fund raise for your organization!
If you planned on participating and would like your shirt, patch and bandanas to rock until we reschedule please contact jenn@peteventpros.com.

Watch the the KSDK morning segment featuring the Puprun! 

Join us in Forest Park for a fun run with your pet!

The Pup Run is a 5K run/walk for people and pets! Pet not required, but adoptable pets will be available for loan or life!

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Itinerary

7:00am
Swag Packet Pickup & Registration

7:00am
Vendor Booths Open

8:00am
5K Run/Walk Start

10:30am
5K Awards

2:00pm
Vendor Booths Close

Slapshot

Feel the energy of the Blues Street Team at the 2020 STL Pup Run

Giant Jenga

Cornhole

Drink Truck!

Think Food Truck but for Beer & Wine. Complete with four beer keg tappers, the truck is essentially a pub on wheels rolling into events throughout St. Louis, MO providing a much-needed dose of social lubricant. Taking pride in sourcing craft beer from local breweries. Not a beer fan? Not a problem as Barley and Vine also serves up canned cocktails and wine. Plus, there are even alcohol-free options for the non-drinkers at your get-together. No guest will feel left out at Barley and Vine. All this on-point alcohol will help your guests loosen up in style.

STLMade

A movement within the St. Louis area that shines a light on the amazing things our innovative, tenacious, big-hearted people are doing. It’s supported by a region-wide collaboration of residents, local leaders, institutions, businesses, and nonprofits helping to tell our story. It’s a celebration of a region that insists on moving forward by bringing people and ideas together in bold ways that makes this a place where you can start something, you can get the support to stand out, and you can stay and make St. Louis yours.

Fusion Belts

Fusing Fashion and Function for your Hands Free Life! The Anti-Fanny Pack!

Center for Animal Rescue & Enrichment of St Louis-CARE STL

Center for Animal Rescue and Enrichment of St. Louis, or CARE STL, is a 501c3 nonprofit organization serving as the official No-Kill animal shelter partner for the City of St. Louis Animal Care and Control. We provide animal regulation services and work with the City of St. Louis to enforce Title 10 of the City of St. Louis Ordinance relevant to animal care and control. We also embrace the No-Kill equation and follow the guiding principles of no-kill shelters.

THRIVE

Affordable Vet Care brings quality veterinary care at unprecedented value to all pets. We believe that all pets should have accessible care at an affordable price, and we are expanding nationally to accommodate the needs of our clients and their pets.

Missouri State Humane Association

The Missouri State Humane Association (MoSHA) was founded to administer the license plate program by providing the public with the documents needed to secure their plates, collecting funds, working with the Department of Agriculture, and marketing the program. MoSHA is an independent, all-volunteer, not-for-profit, 501(c)3 organization that is not affiliated with any humane society, shelter or government agency. Organizations and agencies performing spay neuter services in their communities apply for grants provided by the funds collected from the “I’m Pet Friendly” license plate fees. Grant application information usually is posted in January, with applications due by the end of February. The Missouri Department of Agriculture oversees the grant process. A three-person panel reviews grant applications and awards funds.

Attention Rescue Organizations

You can receive $10 for each registration! Call (314) 474-0635 and ask for Sara. She will give you a dedicated code that you can share with your supporters. Any time that code is used to register $10 will be allocated to your rescue!
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A fun Walk Run with your pet in Forest Park.

The Pup Run is a 5K run/walk for people and pets! You may participate with or without a pet.
Register Now!